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Texas Roadhouse opens its first beachfront restaurant at La Mer, Dubai

Dubai's latest culinary hotspot, La Mer, a beachfront location across from the iconic Jumeirah Mosque, has added a new restaurant where you can indulge in your cravings for all things grilled.

The popular American family-friendly restaurant, Texas Roadhouse which is the newest addition at Le Mer, offers made-to-order 100% halal hand-cut steaks, and delicious fall-off-the-bone ribs. If you are not partial to beef you can feast on a generous helping of grilled shrimps or try their tender, succulent chicken kebabs complemented by a variety of sides and freshly baked bread.

When you enter, you will be welcomed by 10-gallon hat wearing hosts who will seat you at a table where you will notice a big bucket of peanuts. You can start by cracking open peanut shells and munching on the nuts. But don't spoil your appetite as their servings are generous and the food is delicious.

Make sure to keep room for their shareable desserts such as the Big ol’Brownie and Pistachio Caramel Crunch.

The next time you are in Dubai and are craving for some good American food, visit the Texas Roadhouse at La Mer and enjoy a reasonably priced meal with your family at a great location.

Location: La Mer, North Entrance
Opening Times: 12PM – 12AM

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